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Die Jugendstreiche des Knaben Karl (1977)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Robert Seidl ...
Karl Valentin Fey
Walter Sedlmayr ...
Vater Fey
Eva Maria Meineke ...
Mutter Fey
Gustl Bayrhammer ...
Hallhuber
Alexander Golling ...
Kommerzienrat
Beppo Brem ...
Feuerwehrhauptmann
Otto Bolesch ...
Apotheker
Rolf Castell
Hans Clarin ...
Figaro
Hans Jürgen Diedrich ...
Kapellmeister
Georg Einerdinger
Anton Feichtner
Mona Freiberg ...
Mizzi
Eva Geigel ...
Lili
Leopold Gmeinwieser
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TEPID BIOGRAPHY
24 February 1999 | by (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) – See all my reviews

A very tepid account of the youth of Karl Valentin that makes you wonder whether the makers had any affinity with the work of Valentin. You might expect from a film that deals with Valentin's life, to have at least some of the anarchy of Valentin's films, but it is all too tame. Some of Valentin's sketches are interwoven into the story, but they are poorly executed.

Included is a fragment of Der neue Schreibtisch (1914), that painfully demonstrates what this biography is missing: the notion that film and life must be an unexpected surprise.


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